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Multiqubit State Learning with Entangling Quantum Generative Adversarial Networks
【Abstract】 The increasing success of classical generative adversarial networks (GANs) has inspired several quantum versions of GANs. Fully quantum mechanical applications of such quantum GANs have been limited to one- and two-qubit systems. In this paper, we investigate the entangling quantum GAN (EQ-GAN) for multiqubit learning. We show that the EQ-GAN can learn a circuit more efficiently compared to a swap test. We also consider the EQ-GAN for learning VQE-approximated eigenstates, and find that it generates excellent overlap matrix elements when learning VQE states of small molecules. However, this does not directly translate to a good estimate of the energy due to a lack of phase estimation. Finally, we consider random state learning with the EQ-GAN for up to six qubits, using different two-qubit gates, and show that it is capable of learning completely random quantum states, something which could be useful in quantum state loading.
【Author】 Rasmussen, S. E., Zinner, N. T.
【Journal】 arxiv(IF:1) Time:2022-04-22
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